• ###### IntuCodecommented on "Maximum Product of Parts" kata

quite an original kata, nice. I would recommend, as a more difficult kata, to have the number of parts as an input to make it extra challenging.

yeah will

• ###### IntuCodecommented on "3 Hoops Game" kata

In the example section in the description:

prizeCounter(['R', 'R', 'R', 'R'])
// output will be 800 because you get 100 from each of the first 3 R then you get the bonus of 100 and it deactivates meaning that the
// fourth R doesn't give any points so 100 + 100 + 100 + 500 = 800

I think the second "100" is meant to be "500". It's a small typo, I know, but nonetheless it should be update :).

• ###### IntuCodecommented on "Plants and Zombies" kata

Very nice kata. Although, it would help to clarify the shooting priority section, particularly about the 'S' shooters. Initially, I conflated the description's meaning with each of the shooting paths of the S shooters, and not the shooters themselves.

• ###### IntuCodecommented on "Simple array rotation" kata

I just want to say this is the one of the most beautiful kata I've done. Very originnal yet requires some thinking.

• ###### el-fcommented on " Simple Fun #195: Guess Hat Color" kata

Apart from someone shouting when they are sure of the answer, they cannot communicate, as stated in the description, and it is solvable ;)

• ###### crataeguscommented on "Collision Detection" kata

bash translation

• ###### IntuCodecommented on "Collision Detection" kata

nice simple geometry kata. I like it.

clever!

• ###### IntuCodecommented on "Red Knight" kata

I would suggest the "Notes" section be "Rules." Notes are usually supplementary. Although, you do have a nice diagram anyways.

• ###### IntuCodecommented on "Simple Fun #26: Weak Numbers" kata

Hi.

"It follows that the weaker the number, the greater overall weakness it has."

Do you mean

"It follows that the greater the number, the greater overall weakness it has" ?

Thanks bro)

My idol.

• ###### Kees de Vreugdcommented on " Simple Fun #195: Guess Hat Color" kata

No, explanation made no sense at all. It should be in the description that no.1 would shout either the color of his hat, or "Not sure!"
Only then it's solvable. I could only solve it by looking at the test-cases. No other way.